GPTech

Belkins
GPtech is a pioneer company in the development of power electronic devices which uses the latest technology to provide new solutions to the Photovoltaic, Wind and Energy sectors. Nowadays, GPtech is present in four continents, either by means of offices or projects in which the company has collaborated. It has achieved a strong presence among fast growing PV countries in Europe and has become the leader company in Latin America.

C-Suite On Deck

Responsive image

Feature market insights and perspectives from top C-Level executives, elite technology influencers and thought leaders from your company here. This signature initiative has garnered immense support...

Contact Us

Events

Related News

ROBOTS, AI, AND THE ROAD TO A FULLY AUTONOMOUS CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

VentureBeat | April 23, 2020

news image

Built Robotics executives are fond of saying that their autonomous system for construction equipment, like dozers and excavators, might be further along than many autonomous vehicles. In fact, CEO Noah Ready-Campbell insists you’ll see autonomous vehicles in controlled industrial environments - like construction sites — before you see level 5 driverless cars on public roads. That may be in part because autonomous construction equipment often operates on privately owned land, while pu...

Read More

NEW TOYOTA TECHNOLOGY ADDRESSES UNINTENDED ACCELERATION

Toyota | February 07, 2020

news image

Almost everyone, at this point, has read a report where a driver claims to be a victim of their car accelerating unintentionally. In fact, Tesla is being investigated as we speak by the NHTSA for reports of this very phenomenon, though they vehemently deny the claims. Toyota can surely commiserate with Tesla, as the company went through its own unintended acceleration fiasco. In a black mark on the company’s safety record, it was fined more than a billion dollars in 2014, a payment that al...

Read More

ENGINEERS DEVELOP NEW MECHANISM TO CONTROL LIGHT

eeDesignIt | February 24, 2020

news image

While electrons gain and emit energy by being exposed to photons, photons themselves have always been resistant to magnetic field control. To develop futuristic technologies like quantum computers, scientists will need to find ways to control photons, the basic particles of light, just as precisely as they can already control electrons, the basic particles in electronic computing. Unfortunately, photons are far more difficult to manipulate than electrons, which respond to forces as simple as the...

Read More

UPLEVEL RELEASES NEW FEATURES TO EMPOWER REMOTE ENGINEERING TEAMS

Uplevel | June 09, 2020

news image

Uplevel, a company that leverages both machine learning and organizational science to empower engineering effectiveness, today announced new software features to help engineers and their teams improve the way they work together when remote. “At the office, engineering teams used to worry about physical interruptions and in-person meetings, which forced them to context switch to keep up,” said Joe Levy, co-founder and CEO, Uplevel. “Now, due to increased digital i...

Read More
news image

ROBOTS, AI, AND THE ROAD TO A FULLY AUTONOMOUS CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

VentureBeat | April 23, 2020

Built Robotics executives are fond of saying that their autonomous system for construction equipment, like dozers and excavators, might be further along than many autonomous vehicles. In fact, CEO Noah Ready-Campbell insists you’ll see autonomous vehicles in controlled industrial environments - like construction sites — before you see level 5 driverless cars on public roads. That may be in part because autonomous construction equipment often operates on privately owned land, while pu...

Read More
news image

NEW TOYOTA TECHNOLOGY ADDRESSES UNINTENDED ACCELERATION

Toyota | February 07, 2020

Almost everyone, at this point, has read a report where a driver claims to be a victim of their car accelerating unintentionally. In fact, Tesla is being investigated as we speak by the NHTSA for reports of this very phenomenon, though they vehemently deny the claims. Toyota can surely commiserate with Tesla, as the company went through its own unintended acceleration fiasco. In a black mark on the company’s safety record, it was fined more than a billion dollars in 2014, a payment that al...

Read More
news image

ENGINEERS DEVELOP NEW MECHANISM TO CONTROL LIGHT

eeDesignIt | February 24, 2020

While electrons gain and emit energy by being exposed to photons, photons themselves have always been resistant to magnetic field control. To develop futuristic technologies like quantum computers, scientists will need to find ways to control photons, the basic particles of light, just as precisely as they can already control electrons, the basic particles in electronic computing. Unfortunately, photons are far more difficult to manipulate than electrons, which respond to forces as simple as the...

Read More
news image

UPLEVEL RELEASES NEW FEATURES TO EMPOWER REMOTE ENGINEERING TEAMS

Uplevel | June 09, 2020

Uplevel, a company that leverages both machine learning and organizational science to empower engineering effectiveness, today announced new software features to help engineers and their teams improve the way they work together when remote. “At the office, engineering teams used to worry about physical interruptions and in-person meetings, which forced them to context switch to keep up,” said Joe Levy, co-founder and CEO, Uplevel. “Now, due to increased digital i...

Read More

Resources

Events

C-Suite On Deck

Responsive image

Feature market insights and perspectives from top C-Level executives, elite technology influencers and thought leaders from your company here. This signature initiative has garnered immense support...

Contact Us